Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS1 (Lumix DMC-TZ6)
Announced Jan 27, 2009 •
10 megapixels | 2.70″ screen | 25 – 300 mm (12×)
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I've been looking for a high quality/small in size photo/video camera to shoot my kids who are 2 and 4. * Tried various point and shoots(Panasonic ZS1, Canon 280) under $500. Pictures of them indoors, going down a slide, jumping or just running around are blurry and dull. * Wife has a Canon Rebel from 2007 but it is too large to take often, can't shoot in burst flash mode for more then a couple pics and also doesn't capture them so well while in motion. * Use it mostly in auto or aperture...
Greetings, While I quite like my ZS19 and FZ200 their diminutive sensors and their inherent lack of dynamic range is frustrating unless conditions are well/evenly illuminated. Of course this is not always the case and more so when interesting light presents itself for scenic captures. I find overcast days especially difficult and even raw files from the tiny sensors simply lack the data for acceptable retrieval in post. The LX7 is an attractive prospect especially as it has an ideal range for...
I"ve been toying with the idea of picking up a used LX5 to use for my landscapes and indoor low light shots,, this will be carried along side my old TZ6 used for the "general" stuff. Now I find a LX5 for £175, or a LX3 for £135,, so the question is this,, although the 5 has the extra zoom, is it worth paying the extra for the LX5, baring in mind I could use the £30 difference to buy a spare batt and filter adapter. Just wondered ??. Thanks for looking, rolandb
I put a post on here a couple of weeks ago about having picked up a camera after a year away, I wondered whether to "upgrade" from my old Panasonic TZ6 to maybe a bridge type camera. Now having used my TZ for a few weeks I"m happy to stay in "compact mode" and travel light, but,, and there's always a but,, as Landscapes are my 1st love, I wondered whether to add to the TZ with something like a 2nd hand LX5. This, in theory would give me a better camera for not only my landscapes but for...
After some time "away" from photography, I"ve started to pick up my old Pan TZ6 after of it sitting in my bag for over a year, and am starting to enjoy photography again. Now, think its time to "upgrade" and have been looking at a bridge camera and would like to ask,,,, buy the new FZ200, or go for a good 2nd hand FZ150 (believe they have been diss). Any help, advice you guys can give would be most welcome. Thanks,, Roland
I tried another brand of camera and didn't like it even with the long zoom which was too hard to hold by hand and get a decent photo. So...started reading about other cameras and settled on ordering the Panasonic LX7. I do have the FZ150 and the ZS15 and so far have loved working with each of those in different situations. (My daughter has frankly just about taken over use of the FZ150 though.) As I wait for this to get to me, are there any pointers or advice anyone can give me on the LX7? ...
Hi, I bought a Lumix DMC zs19 off ebay and I am having problems with taking outdoor photos using multiple settings, e.g. iA, P, M, A, S, etc. which come out white. Indoor photos taken on any of theses settings seem to be fine. i have reset the camera to factory settings. What might be my problem? Here's an outdoor photo using iA iso 100, F4.0 1/800, & AWB Thanks, Hane